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Nautilus: Set Image as Wallpaper February 2, 2006

Posted by Carthik in snippets, ubuntu.
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Quick Tip:

To set an image you are seeing in Nautilus as the wallpaper, drag the image using a middle-click to the desktop. You will then get an option to set the image as the desktop background.

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1. Christopher Yee Mon - February 2, 2006

gnome seems to have a multitude of features surrounding middle-click. I only recently found out that middle-clicking and dragging a file make a symlink of it. what else can middle-click do?

2. micke - February 2, 2006

You can get the same effect by draging the image using the left mouse button and holding down the Alt key.

3. marta - February 3, 2006

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4. blaksaga - March 8, 2006

Very cool feature. I did not know about this.

5. porno sikiş - September 27, 2010

You can get the same effect by draging the image using the left mouse button and holding down the Alt key.

6. sex sikiş - September 28, 2010

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